Weekly Update

Holy Trinity Catholic School February 25th, 2021

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St. Jude,

Walk with me this Lent.

Open my heart to the wisdom of God in His Word, and give me the strength to share that wisdom with others.

Through this time of reflection, may I arrive at Easter energized to celebrate Christ's Resurrection and more ready than ever to receive God's love.



Prayers of Supplication - Praying for and with each other!

During Lent, we would like to unite our school community by offering prayers for those in need as part of our morning announcements. For the weeks of Lent, please send prayer intentions to school with your child or contact your child's teacher. Prayer intentions will be added to a book by the office. New intentions will be read each day followed by an all school prayer.


Tuition contracts and Registration forms went out last week. If you did not receive one, please contact the office and we can send you a new one.

Remember there is an increase in the instructional fee after March 6th!

If you have questions, please reach out to the office.

Thank you!


Our boys and girls basketball teams had their home game on Friday, February 19th. Thank you to all who helped make it possible.
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The students are happy to be outside playing in the snow. We are glad the negative temperatures are in the past and we can look forward to the sun and warm days coming.

All School Dress-Up Day

On Thursday, March 11th we will have an All School Dress-Up Day chosen by our 8th grade students.

Thursday, March 11th - CLASS COLOR DAY

3k - yellow

4k - purple

5k - lime/neon green

1 - light blue/teal

2 - navy/dark blue

3 - red

4 - purple

5 - green

6 - orange

7 - white

8 - pink

Staff - Black

Please wear the color for your class to school!

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Changes to Scrip Program

Thank you to everyone who buys Scrip and supports this great fundraiser.

We are truly grateful for your support.

We will not be placing a Scrip order on March 1 and March 8. Families can still place their orders online. The office will fill the orders using what we currently have in inventory. Reloads and egift cards will function as usual and will not be affected by this change. Regular ordering will resume on March 15. Please call the school office if you have any questions.

End of Year Dates

Tuesday, June 1st- Last day for 3K/4K/5K/8th Graders

Wednesday, June 2nd - Last day for 1st-7th Graders, School ends at 10:30. There will be no busses that day.

8th Grade Graduation - Tuesday, June 1st

5K Graduation - Tuesday, June 1st

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We found a snow goggle bag at school. If you are missing one, please contact the school office.

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We are exploring the idea of offering after school care next year for 3, 4, and 5 year olds. If you are interested in helping out with this or know of someone who may be interested, please have them contact the school office. If we can find someone who would like to run this program, we will continue to explore the option. Thank you.
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February 15 - Eduardo Ramirez

February 16 - Doug Polzean

February 17 - Lisa Nyhouse

February 18 - Duke Long

February 19 - Scott Wollner


Please remember our dress code for Mass/Liturgy Days. Mass days are on Wednesday and Adoration is on Friday. Students should not be wearing sweat pants, jeans, or sweatshirts on those days. If students are wearing leggings, they should have a skirt or dress worn over them.
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Percent Absent: 3.1%

A NOTE FROM Mrs. Longden

Who would have guessed that when we started this year, the #1 podcast in the nation on Apple would be a Catholic priest named Fr. Mike Schmitz reading Scripture in a podcast called "The Bible in a Year." In 20-minute episodes, Fr. Schmitz reads from Scripture and offers some brief reflections. His podcast beat out big names in news, entertainment, and self-help. It shows the power of the Holy Spirit working in our church and in the world today. As St. Augustine so profoundly stated, "You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you." If you'd like to join the millions of people listening to Fr. Schmitz, you can listen here for an online version or find the podcast on your favorite podcast app.

Thank you to those who have turned in your registration/tuition paperwork for next year! If you know of any families interested in more information about Holy Trinity please have them contact the school office. Thank you for all your help and support this year. This will definitely be a year to remember.


Mrs. Longden